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Homework Help: Algebra

Posted by Ricky on Thursday, October 20, 2011 at 9:30pm.

The equation x^2+px+q=0, q cannot be equal to 0, has two unequal roots such that the squares of the roots are the same as the two roots. Calculate the product pq.

I think the obvious root would be one but the second roots i just can't figure out!

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